Donalda begins plans for Village Christmas parade

Don’t forget all the little goblins are invited to visit the “Donalda Haunted Hall” tonight.

Don’t forget all the little goblins are invited to visit the “Donalda Haunted Hall” tonight. Come and collect your treats have hot dogs and drinks, play games and expect a fright. The hall opens at 4 p.m.

The flu shots will be available on Thursday at the Drop-In Centre from 10 a.m. till noon. Come out and support the clinic.

Further to our thank-you dinner for the volunteers held last week, there was a DVD produced by Beth and Roy Fulton that is available at a cost of $10. It includes the centennial parade and other activities from that weekend.

The DVD would be a great gift, along with souvenir decks of cards, and our travel mugs. Call the museum (403-883-2100) to order the DVD or come in to pick up any of the souvenirs.

Donalda Community Promotions is looking for old, artificial Christmas trees that you no longer want. We’ll be using them to decorate main street for our Village Christmas on Saturday, Dec. 1.

Don’t forget now is the time to start planning your float for the “Parade of Lights” in Donalda on Dec. 1. The parade assembly is at 4:30 at the arena, with the parade starting at 5 p.m. For more information, call Beth at 403-883-2381.

Birthday greetings go out to Drie Jones, Annalise Sideritsch, Maureen Rider, Jennifer Charles, Lindsay Tantrum, Jason Bauer, Julia Dietrich, Marlene Conibear, Don Getzlaf, Trent Erickson and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week. Happy Birthday!

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